Kendra Baker
A temporary health care structure built by ECHO Cottages in New York. The company’s owner, Bob Novak, told The Bulletin he worked with Connecticut’s legislature to draft the state’s new law. — Contributed photo

Commission to determine fate of ‘granny pods’

Planning and Zoning Commission opens hearing on new state law that allows homeowners to place temporary health care structures on their properties.

196 Danbury Road. — Tony Spinelli photo

New liquor store approved

Planning and Zoning approves special permit to establish a liquor store at 196 Danbury Road.

District sees enrollment decrease but more students than projected

The Wilton Public School District has 45 fewer students this October, but has more students than projected for the school year.

Students in Wilton High School’s new Community Steps program handed out small bouquets of flowers to Wilton Library patrons on Monday, Oct. 16. — Kendra Baker photo

Community Steps is off to ‘a wonderful start’

Wilton High School’s new transition program for 18- to 21-year-olds is off to ‘a wonderful start,’ according to program leaders Naomi Williams and Melissa Barrett.

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